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Daily Bulletin Supplement, October 26, 1894.
iiiililitfi Riilf Raw.
W P Reynolds
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LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
San Franoisoo. Oct. 18.
(Per 8. 8. Monownl.
TBS ORIENTAL WA11.
A pitched foattlo in expected
shortly on tho Yalu rivor.
Tho London Times has nows from
Tiontsin indicating tho improbabil
ity of tho dispatch of au army corps
from Hiroshima for tho invasion of
fllilttfi nnitMmiulv rftnnrliwl.
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Any sucn oxpeumon is ri'imcrm i
impossible foy tho shattered condi-,
of tho Japanese ileet. Japan, par-!
baps, begins to reflect on tho pro-
blin of tlio eventual extrication of
her troops from Corea, where they
remain ou sufferance of the marl-
1 1..,.. nrtr.ir ...n.i,.inl I v H1144I.1. wlui .
is Bonding eleven oddlliotial chip-,
lucluditig three ironclads. Kusia
will linr.1 tho must f.ii.niclnl.l.. ll.-.-t.
over assembled east of Suez. Now-
from the front is scarce.
rorrr AnTittm oaitukci).
No information having been re-c-ived
at the .lnpaue Legation in
Washington coulirming the report -ml
capture of I'ort Artliur in taken
to indicate lha' this report til iv lo
A strong force of Cliinci inula
tinned at Port Arthur, and it could
hardly hcenpturcd without a severe
ciik'ftgotueut. It is no 011 the line
to Peking, and the news of the
movements thus far of the Japans,)
forces would indicate n dctermiua
tiou to go around Port Arthur
rather than w.wo time it) trying to
client it capture.
(Captain Carey of lh S. S. .Mono
wai tepnrtcd,u. I. W arrival at Hono
lulu yesterday aflcruin, that two
hours before that rt amor sailed a
dispatch hail been received in S'iu
FiuuciACM leporliug th- capture of
I'ort Arthur by the .lapaueie. Tln-ro
wns a combined attack made by laud
and M-a on the Chines- Mnmghold,
anil it Miccnmhcd to tli" Japanese
after a desperate engageiiieni. Port
Arthur contained a Chinese nmcual
! nuil n great quantity of war utorct.
AIIEIIIUAN SIIUV. WASTCU.
CotiHiderable criticism is pass.
en upon uie iiiiiiiuir'iauoii at
uioii ior ii - oeiav in senuii
delay in sending
war ships to tho Asiatic station.
view of the dauuor to American
iceiie til operations, n. is suggested
that tho Chicago, which i- ..-Jit ii
about tho Medttarraue'di t-c.t, could
lie of (letter cervieo if miiI to the
East, which she could reach in a
, idiort time by way o( the Sue, c.tual.
The Maryland Compau's big mill
i at Sparrow point is ti lm re-opened.
1 Tho works, which employ IMKR) men,
1 have been clos"d for ei'ht mom lis.
Three men were killed and eight
wounded in a battle hetweon the
militia and a mob that was trying
to lynch a negro, rontcuced for an
outrage, at. Washington Courthouse,
'I he French-El orsou feud has
broken out afresh in Perry county,
Kentucky. Severnl mutders are al-
1 ready reported, among others Judge
Combs, 70 years of ai;o, idiot like a
dog by an assassin hid in a cornfield
Til" tr iil .1
'he judge had taken no , .art i n the
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A IIOMANTIU STOIIY.
Edward Siiellleld of Melbourm
( Alltrni:. iwi i.mi.,,. i.:. ...jr.. r
:" i i V . . i . n
' Heleua, Mont., met m tliu law oiheo
of Evehard Hoyd in Now York last
W(Jlk ror tno irsl time in tweuty
ym hn(, ,wUHm, t,,B QllJr
I dead and each had remained faith-
AUHiraiin, ami mien, inn
fill. Shefllold.was master of a cbip
sailing out of Southampton, Erjg
laud, and after his marriage waa
shipwrecked on tho South Amorican
coast. Ho stuck to the wreck for
days till n passing schooner took
i him off ami landed him, friendless
. and penniless, on tlio South Amori-
1 can coast.
William Porter, a. voting merchant
of Southampton, had boon n rival
for pretty Elleu Marshall's hand.
Shelh'eld, after working' for years in
South America, scraped up enough
I to tako him homo. Thtro h wa
i maliciously told for his old-time
rival that, his wife. giving him up as
j dead, had married another man ami
I gone with him to America.
i Sheilield went Australia ami with
his savings Mill loft bought a sheep
ranch find became rich, lie foucame
tt.jl.trnKit V rlftlt lull In, tl.ivur llinr
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ned, although h.; heard his wifo wn
'b-ad. Kumtnaging through li's old
chest sotim months ago he found
memoranda corning several Inin-
drcd acies of laud in Montana
which he and his wife had bought
for n t rillo twenty-live years am.
Ho wrote to a Loudon lawyer, , who
wrote to Liwycr lloyd of Now lork,
who wrote to a lawyer, at Helena.
Montana I lie layt-mciilietteM re
ported that Mm. Slietlihl hinUliuvii
lectls for the lands, and had -nM
niot of them at a high jiricc ,; hil
ver hail b-'cii found in enveral
place. Mrs. Sheilield was a id.w,
the lawyer reported, and living at
Shetlleht cninmunicatcd tvith ids
wife. She informed htm that she
had wailed years nt boo until -ho
was satislied her husband nas dad.
The news of the shipwreck had
reached Southampton. Tneu iho
took the deed- 10 the Miuitaua
lands ami came AmericH I h -lory
of her swmid mairiag" vim false.
Shi-IIield sold his ranch in Austra
lia and eauiK in America. It met
her in New York a stated, and
found her a licit woman. Alter t lie
iniervit-w ihey tart-d 'M at otto-,
having agmd lii-fori M.ellield left
Auttr'dia to settle in Montana.
Tho Government of Spain intends
to start a line of sub-iiti.ed to:imni
to Japan, calling tit h'o'ino.a. The
ukv treaty is intended to promot
the trade of Jnp'iti with Spain mid
the Spauish V.i Indie-.
Chancellor t'aprivt of Giinuanv i
uot prepared to uudert'iko the n
ponil)ility of introducing icprssivo
measures .ulailuig elector o Mriig
ulen nml ii(i-ililv a coustititu.ii.il
coulltct. Tlie Hamburger Naclcicli
i ten pipnishes an article, cvee-utl.
I iuspiri-d by Prince Uisiuarelc, fn.vui).
that if the i'rtissinu C'ouuei. aivo
, cate repressive measures the Cliau
cellor on -In either to accept the.-
measure or le-igu.
The Liberal party of l(uiir
decided in caucus, ou tii'ilton of
Premier Wekerle, to acep' without
uiodificatiou the religious ueMuro
which had been rejected lij the
Hou-o of Magnates.
tux mauaqahuar OUlTI()S.
Toe Pans lvttnfntto says the ulti
matum conveyed to Autiinanarivo
by M. Lo Myredu Viler-, tie- French
special commissioner to .Madagascar,
stipulates that the French -iial I ix
ercise an exclusive protccloia over
that country and thei shall In u
permanent French u.irrisou station
cd at Antananarivo. Eight day
were allowed to Madaga-cariu which
to make a reply to tie dumatids.
II051I1 AT A MKETINU
While Edward Hlake, tlm Cana
iliau elected as a Home Jluler to tit
British Parliament from North Long
ford, was speaking nt a reception
tendered him a Lenox Lyceum, an
old man placed a gingham umbrella
in a corner close to the stage and
then left In a moment ilame ami
nillln" Kliniiiin infill ,iu iimiiuiit
, rqu paulcHitifk.Mi imoiiI runhotl
, ftir t he door. An olUcl-r jumped ou
. imrlll,,r urli,. ,..,,1 .,. ,U, Ii,t,
... I. is le the i , Ir li as urn
out, Ilisule tlie uinlirelpMias loilll I
ft perfect nit ro-glycoritio bomb with
smoke gushed from the umbrella,
fuse attached. Chief Justice Daly
presided at the nicotine:. In the
initUt of the panic Mr. Wake's sten
torian voice rang out, saying: "Tho
lire is out; come back!"
The Greek court will pay high
honors to the Czar of Hussia ou his
arrival at Athena on his way to Corfu.
Tho military barracks at Granada.
Nicaragua, have been blown up and
a whole quarter of tho city has been
badly damaged. Tho number of
dci.d is estimated at 200.
Twenty buildings were burned at
tho mntigaiiceo initio near Colon,
Panama, and many others raxed to
prevent tho spread of tho flames.
Tho Calcutta Lahore reports the
death of the Ameer of Afghanistan,
Abdurrahman Khan, describing tho
death scetm and relating at length
how the Ameer exhorted his eldest
son and heir, Uabibtilla, to main
tain friendship with Great. Britain.
Thro is a rival to tho Kuccoiou in
a young prince, son of a youngor
wife than tho heir's mother. It is
said the Indian Government may
well dread the unsottled cnmliliou
iii(oe.hich the Ameer's death may
throw the "buffer stnte" that sepa
rates Hussia from Hindustan.
1)Isordi:iw in tiii: transvaai,.
There are disorders in the Port it
j gtiese colony of tho Transvaal which
I threaten to result in the capture of
t the town of Lniireno Marque.. An
J expedition that is on tho way is re
garded as inadequate and doomed
i to dirisirr throuuli fver, etc.
I Marines have been landed from the
Hritish gunboat Thru-It to protect
lliiti-h intri'sts. Force are being
raised at Jolinuiics.luitg nml at Pie
1 tori. i. at tie- request of tho Porlti-Kite-i'
iiuthoritio. to telieve Loir
renzo .Marque.. Many ol the intia-liit.-mt-
o( the iieighltorhood of
Delntfoa May are euibarkiiig ou nhips
' bound fur Na'al.
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